From Amazon: Will Captain Wentworth realize too late that he has a second chance at love? With a successful naval career and a fortune to his name, Frederick Wentworth receives a hero’s welcome from his sister’s neighbours. One person, though, presents a source of vexation. Years earlier, Miss Anne Elliot had reneged on her promise to marry Wentworth, revealing a significant character flaw. Yet Anne’s unmarried state at the age of seven and twenty, her altered demeanour, and her resolute avoidance of Wentworth raise questions that gnaw at his composure. In this Regency variation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion, the captain follows the advice of a respected new friend and re-examines the agonizing circumstances of his bitter break from Anne, reaching a novel conclusion. But before he can act upon his new resolve, a dire twist of fate threatens Anne’s life.
My Review: Miller has done it once again. I enjoyed reading this book! Each variation of Pride and Prejudice has been from interesting perspectives with love riding high in the story, yet diferent each time in complications, misunderstandings, and more. Danger and murder lurks within, and gallantry shines as bright as the five shiny gold stars that I give this book.